Frequently Asked Questions
Who should take this low back pain course?
While low back pain comes in many forms, this course has been designed to cater to everyone. Despite the wide variety of low back pain diagnoses, symptoms, and dysfunctions there are some common themes that connect almost all back pain together. This course focuses on those common themes to provide your low back with the optimum environment to heal and recover to the best of its ability.
When does the course begin?
The course is extremely flexible in that you choose when to begin and at what pace you progress. This is important as low back pain can change quickly or it can be slow. You need the ability to follow what your body is telling you. We have scheduled each Module to drop a certain number of days after you commence, but there is no pressure to complete these straight away.
How long do I have to complete the course?
The course is designed to take roughly 2-weeks to complete, however, we understand that low back pain rehabilitation may not always follow script. That is why we give all students 12-weeks to complete the course before access is removed. This way, you can take your time to master each exercise and squeeze out their maximum benefit before moving on.
How much time each day will I need to devote to this course?
This course is designed for you to go at your own pace. Ideally, this might be 30-60 minutes a day for those highly motivated to fix their low back pain. But, if you only have 5-minutes a day to spare, then 5-minutes is fine. Just make sure you get as much from each exercise as possible. Ultimately you are in control so you will get out of this course what you put into it.
Do I need any equipment to complete the course?
There are specific pieces of equipment used for various exercises, however, they are not mandatory to complete the course. You will be provided with an equipment list at the beginning of the course but please feel free to use this as a guide and either use what you have at home or source your own.